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* Perns Wednesday SpecialPerns Wednesday Special

has the old favorite back again - its 'Falling Off The Bone" 1/2 Kilo Lamb Shank with mashed potato and garlic spinach with a rich lamb gravy 429B Please book on www.pernsfood.com/bookings.html or call 0861117766 Half Price House Wine all evening and Half Kilo Lamb Shank!! Not to be missed!

* Bingo NightBingo Night

Time: 9:00 pm

Bingo night at The Bondi, Jomtien

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* Music of Love & DevotionMusic of Love & Devotion

Time: 7:00 pm

An Evening of Opera and Musical Favorites Performed by Grand Opera (Thailand) 7 PM, Royal Cliff Grand Hotel Pattaya - 700, 300 Students

* La pas de mon PereLa pas de mon Pere

Time: 7:30 pm

The Chulalongkorn Symphony Orchestra is conducted by Nora-ath Chanklum 7:30 PM, Chulalongkorn University Auditorium - Free

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* Evgeny StarodubtsevEvgeny Starodubtsev

Time: 6:00 pm

Two piano recitals by Evgeny Starodubtsev at Eelswamp. Friday, 3rd April, 6pm. All Chopin - Four Scherzi - Barcarolle - 12 Etudes op. 25

* Senior Varisty ConcertSenior Varisty Concert

Time: 7:00 pm

No3 at Santi Music School Free admission – starts 7pm for reservations 053-224-344 085-722-2557 santimus@gmail.com

* High Energy CabaretHigh Energy Cabaret

Time: 11:00 pm

At the RAM Bar, Chiang Mai. Starts 11.00 pm

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* Pool PartyPool Party

Backstage and Neramit Hill are putting on a pool party at Kathu every Saturday.

* Overdose by Lazy FlairOverdose by Lazy Flair

Time: 8:00 pm

Huay Kaew Road, Chiang Mai 8pm until 2am Disco/Not Disco Joob Joob is proud to Present: Disco // Not Disco @ Overdose by Lazy Flair DJs Potamus, Jed Yod and Pharaoh Rock will be spinning new wave, disco and nu disco jams into the late night. Live visuals by Copy Vision Beast Burger will provide food, so come hungry! Merchandise and clothing on sale by Dope It. 60 BHT Carlsberg, 50 BHT Custom Shots and 100 BHT Specialty Cocktails Come enjoy a night full of food, unique drinks and great tunes.

* Isaan NightIsaan Night

Time: 8:30 pm

Special Party night at Eros Boy Bar, Sunee Plaza

* Lucky Draw! Lucky Draw!

Time: 10:30 pm

On Saturday’s Panorama Pub, Boyztown has a weekly lucky draw at 10.30 pm and at midnight. 10 prizes for the lucky winners!!!

* High Energy CabaretHigh Energy Cabaret

Time: 11:00 pm

At the RAM Bar, Chiang Mai. Starts 11.00 pm

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* Oun's BirthdayOun's Birthday

At Colonial Bar, Soi V.C. It's going to be a party night!!!

* CricketCricket

San Miguel International Cricket Sixes at Chiang Mai Gymkhana Club – from 9am – until 6pm SPECTATORS WELCOME – come and support this long standing event – ITS FUN

* Jazz & PizzaJazz & Pizza

Time: 2:00 pm

Sundays at Papa Rock every Sunday we will be hosting great Live Jazz and Great Food. Pizza Frenzy – all Pizza on Sundays 150THB – From 2pm onwards https://www.facebook.com/events/809441782444420/

* Easter Sunday BBQEaster Sunday BBQ

Time: 4:00 pm

On Easter Sunday (5th April) the Balcony Pub will be holding an afternoon Bar-B-Que. The Bar opens at 3.30 pm and Food will be cooked and ready to eat at 4.00pm. The menu is Pork Ribs plus baked potatoes, corn cobs, cauliflower in cheese, beans and lots of different sauces. Remember that on Sunday afternoon Silom is a ‘Walking Street’ market so it’s an ideal time to visit the market and come to us for a drink and bite to eat afterwards. The event is FREE for members and only 195 Baht for guests and non-members.

* Evgeny StarodubtsevEvgeny Starodubtsev

Time: 5:00 pm

Two piano recitals by Evgeny Starodubtsev at Eelswamp. Sunday, April 5th, 5pm - Szymanowski, Two Mazurkas - Szymanowski, 12 Etudes op. 33 - Prokofiev, Sonata no. 5 - Liszt, Spanish Rhapsody - Scriabin, Sonata no.7 - Stravinsky, Three Movements from Petrushka.

* Piano RecitalPiano Recital

Time: 7:00 pm

Kanae Furomoto Piano Recital Presented by D&M Music Studio 7 PM, Siam Ratchada Auditorium Fortune Town - 600, 300 Students

* Pig RoastPig Roast

Time: 9:00 pm

At the Bondi, Jomtien Beach. Come along and hear Willy and Mandy sing from 9.00. Happy hour before that.

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* CricketCricket

San Miguel International Cricket Sixes at Chiang Mai Gymkhana Club – from 9am – until 6pm SPECTATORS WELCOME – come and support this long standing event – ITS FUN

* Chakri DayChakri Day

Chakri Day commemorates the founding of the current dynasty by its first king, Rama I. There is no history of mandated bar closure on this day.

* Pub QuizPub Quiz

Time: 7:30 pm

The balcony Pub Quiz is held on the First Monday of Every Month starting at 7.30pm so April’s quiz will be on Monday 6th April. It lasts for about 2 hours and there are general knowledge questions, picture questions, ‘shout-out’ questions between rounds and a selection of prizes for the winning teams. The Jackpot now stands at 3,000 Baht and that will continue to grow monthly until it’s won again. Please join us - team sizes are a maximum of 6 and there is no Googling! Discounts on Food & Drink for teams.

* Pub Quiz at the BalconyPub Quiz at the Balcony

Time: 7:30 pm

Our Pub Quiz is held on the First Monday of Every Month starting at 7.30pm. It lasts for about 2 hours and there are general knowledge questions, picture questions, ‘shout-out’ questions between rounds and a selection of prizes for the winning teams.

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* CricketCricket

San Miguel International Cricket Sixes at Chiang Mai Gymkhana Club – from 9am – until 6pm SPECTATORS WELCOME – come and support this long standing event – ITS FUN

* Tang's BirthdayTang's Birthday

Time: 8:30 pm

Special Party night at Eros Boy Bar, Sunee Plaza

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* Special at Pern'sSpecial at Pern's

this week is very tender Giant Pot Roasted Aussie Beef with Yorkshire pudding Boulangere Potatoes and fresh vegetables. 399B /Half Price House wine all evening. Please book on www.pernsfood.com/bookings.html or call 086 111 77 66 - Please also note that Perns Restaurant is closed from 11th April to 30th April - re open 1st May with exciting new decor and great new menu!!

* CricketCricket

San Miguel International Cricket Sixes at Chiang Mai Gymkhana Club – from 9am – until 6pm SPECTATORS WELCOME – come and support this long standing event – ITS FUN

* Bingo NightBingo Night

Time: 9:00 pm

Bingo night at The Bondi, Jomtien

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* CricketCricket

San Miguel International Cricket Sixes at Chiang Mai Gymkhana Club – from 9am – until 6pm SPECTATORS WELCOME – come and support this long standing event – ITS FUN

* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

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* CricketCricket

San Miguel International Cricket Sixes at Chiang Mai Gymkhana Club – from 9am – until 6pm SPECTATORS WELCOME – come and support this long standing event – ITS FUN

* 8th Years Anniversary8th Years Anniversary

Kiss Club, Phuket - 10th April : 'Opening Festive Season and 8th Years Anniversary' with our resident DJ Justin & His Crew, enjoy our Fantastic Cabaret Show

* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* gCircuit Songkran PartygCircuit Songkran Party

The biggest gay event of the year in Bangkok

* Reggie Doi ChangReggie Doi Chang

Time: 4:00 pm

Festival at The Edge Wangsingkhan Road – 4pm onwards 300THB + 1 free beer – Kaya Reggae Dyb Band, 90110 Thai Rub a Dub, Pinn Ball Thai Esan Traditional Instrument https://www.facebook.com/events/472094962939238/

* High Energy CabaretHigh Energy Cabaret

Time: 11:00 pm

At the RAM Bar, Chiang Mai. Starts 11.00 pm

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* CricketCricket

San Miguel International Cricket Sixes at Chiang Mai Gymkhana Club – from 9am – until 6pm SPECTATORS WELCOME – come and support this long standing event – ITS FUN

* Mister Songkran ContestMister Songkran Contest

At Soho Bar in Chiang Mai - This will be our 4th annual Mr Songkran Contest. Each year the Saturday before Songkran Soho Bar starts its transformation from a Bar and Restaurant to an all out party central. This year the categories for the contestants are: -Best Songkran clothing -Sexiest swimsuit -Personality . Winner Bar Tabs are: -First Place 1000 baht -Second Place 500 baht -Third Place 250 baht.

* 8th Years Anniversary8th Years Anniversary

Kiss Club Phuket 11th April : 'GLOW in The Dark' with guest DJ Eddy from Seduction supported by DJ Justin, Kiss Resident DJ Pole Dance Performance by SUSIE! and Kiss Club Cabaret Show you will never forget !

* gCircuit Songkran PartygCircuit Songkran Party

The biggest gay event of the year in Bangkok

* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Pool PartyPool Party

Backstage and Neramit Hill are putting on a pool party at Kathu every Saturday.

* Towel NightTowel Night

Time: 8:30 pm

Special Party night at Eros Boy Bar, Sunee Plaza

* Lucky Draw! Lucky Draw!

Time: 10:30 pm

On Saturday’s Panorama Pub, Boyztown has a weekly lucky draw at 10.30 pm and at midnight. 10 prizes for the lucky winners!!!

* High Energy CabaretHigh Energy Cabaret

Time: 11:00 pm

At the RAM Bar, Chiang Mai. Starts 11.00 pm

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* 8th Years Anniversary8th Years Anniversary

Kiss Club Phuket 12th April: ' Whore Night ' be yourself we are not supported any recommend request please get more information from KISS Crew to guide you guys how to ! Especially KISS Founders you will never disappoint ! amazing house music with DJ Justin spinning his beautiful house music all night long.

* Concert by Neung JakkawalConcert by Neung Jakkawal

At Babylon Sauna, Bangkok

* gCircuit Songkran PartygCircuit Songkran Party

The biggest gay event of the year in Bangkok

* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Pig RoastPig Roast

Time: 9:00 pm

At the Bondi, Jomtien Beach. Come along and hear Willy and Mandy sing from 9.00. Happy hour before that.

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* 8th Years Anniversary8th Years Anniversary

Kiss Club Phuket 13th April : 'Wet Party ' celebration Songkran Festival ! with DJNEMO COOLS Resident DJ at Catch Beach Club, supported by DJ Justin !you will be absolutely WET! by our crew !

* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Foam PartyFoam Party

At Babylon Sauna, Bangkok

* Samui PrideSamui Pride

Time: 2:00 pm

Part of the Songkran proceedings on Samui. Starts from Pride Bar.

* Songkran @ CastroSongkran @ Castro

Time: 6:30 pm

At Castro bar in Boyztown. if customers come with “songran’ style” shirt : second drink will be free !! And Happy Hour : Buy One get One Free between 6.30 pm to 10.30 pm. Special show at 11.30

* Music in the GardenMusic in the Garden

Time: 6:30 pm

Nimman Soi 9 infront of Starbucks – live music+ drinks+ food+ imported hats + handbags and more – from 6.30pm until 8.30pm all welcome

* Songkran at X BoysSongkran at X Boys

Time: 10:00 pm

Special shows to celebrate the Thai New Year and Songkran

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* 8th Years Anniversary8th Years Anniversary

Kiss Club Phuket 14th April: Closing Party 8th Year Anniversary & Water Festival with " When Death Becomes Her" sounds ver sweet! with killing chill out party ! till we will meet you guys again Gay Pride Party!

* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Afternoon Foam PartyAfternoon Foam Party

At Babylon Sauna, Bangkok

* Music in the GardenMusic in the Garden

Time: 6:30 pm

Nimman Soi 9 infront of Starbucks – live music+ drinks+ food+ imported hats + handbags and more – from 6.30pm until 8.30pm all welcome

* Songkran at X BoysSongkran at X Boys

Time: 10:00 pm

Special shows to celebrate the Thai New Year and Songkran

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* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Swimwear Fashion ShowSwimwear Fashion Show

At Babylon Sauna, Bangkok

* Music in the GardenMusic in the Garden

Time: 6:30 pm

Nimman Soi 9 infront of Starbucks – live music+ drinks+ food+ imported hats + handbags and more – from 6.30pm until 8.30pm all welcome

* Bingo NightBingo Night

Time: 9:00 pm

Bingo night at The Bondi, Jomtien

* Songkran at X BoysSongkran at X Boys

Time: 10:00 pm

Special shows to celebrate the Thai New Year and Songkran

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* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Songkran at X BoysSongkran at X Boys

Time: 10:00 pm

Special shows to celebrate the Thai New Year and Songkran

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* Meeting of StylesMeeting of Styles

Chiang Mai 2015 Be ready for a 2 day graffiti festival and 1 day workshop day with Meeting of Styles Thailand 2015 in Chiang Mai full of top graffiti artists, DJs and BBoys and Street market to indulge your every needs. Gathering all the top graffiti artists from all around the world to this one event to share ideas and different artist culture. https://www.facebook.com/events/659140450881264/

* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Songkran Pool PartySongkran Pool Party

Time: 8:30 pm

Special Party night at Eros Boy Bar, Sunee Plaza

* Songkran at X BoysSongkran at X Boys

Time: 10:00 pm

Special shows to celebrate the Thai New Year and Songkran

* High Energy CabaretHigh Energy Cabaret

Time: 11:00 pm

At the RAM Bar, Chiang Mai. Starts 11.00 pm

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* Meeting of StylesMeeting of Styles

Chiang Mai 2015 Be ready for a 2 day graffiti festival and 1 day workshop day with Meeting of Styles Thailand 2015 in Chiang Mai full of top graffiti artists, DJs and BBoys and Street market to indulge your every needs. Gathering all the top graffiti artists from all around the world to this one event to share ideas and different artist culture. https://www.facebook.com/events/659140450881264/

* Pool PartyPool Party

Backstage and Neramit Hill are putting on a pool party at Kathu every Saturday.

* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Songkran @ CastroSongkran @ Castro

Time: 6:30 pm

At Castro bar in Boyztown. if customers come with “songran’ style” shirt : second drink will be free !! And Happy Hour : Buy One get One Free between 6.30 pm to 10.30 pm. Special show at 11.30

* Gay BowlingGay Bowling

Time: 8:00 pm

Gay Bowling Every 3rd Saturday at the Tesco Lotus Bowling Lane, Koh Samui. 8pm prompt start at the bowling lanes. Arrive early for beer at Food Court outside terrace

* Songkran at X BoysSongkran at X Boys

Time: 10:00 pm

Special shows to celebrate the Thai New Year and Songkran

* Lucky Draw! Lucky Draw!

Time: 10:30 pm

On Saturday’s Panorama Pub, Boyztown has a weekly lucky draw at 10.30 pm and at midnight. 10 prizes for the lucky winners!!!

* Songkran Party at NCRSongkran Party at NCR

Time: 10:45 pm

Special party nights at New Cafe Royal in Boyztown. Showtime 10.45pm

* Songkran Special @ CopaSongkran Special @ Copa

Time: 11:00 pm

Special Songkran shows at the Copa Showbar

* High Energy CabaretHigh Energy Cabaret

Time: 11:00 pm

At the RAM Bar, Chiang Mai. Starts 11.00 pm

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* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Phuket PridePhuket Pride

Pride organised by PLU

* Meeting of StylesMeeting of Styles

Chiang Mai 2015 Be ready for a 2 day graffiti festival and 1 day workshop day with Meeting of Styles Thailand 2015 in Chiang Mai full of top graffiti artists, DJs and BBoys and Street market to indulge your every needs. Gathering all the top graffiti artists from all around the world to this one event to share ideas and different artist culture. https://www.facebook.com/events/659140450881264/

* Sunday afternoon Jam PartySunday afternoon Jam Party

Time: 1:00 pm

at The Pub – Huay Kaew Road from 1pm – 6pm ALL WELCOME for some Great Music, food (including Sunday Roast) and booze….. for pics of the last jam party - check out http://www.chiangmaicitylife.com/social-pics/sunday-jam-at-the-pub/

* Pig RoastPig Roast

Time: 9:00 pm

At the Bondi, Jomtien Beach. Come along and hear Willy and Mandy sing from 9.00. Happy hour before that.

* Dead DragDead Drag

Time: 9:30 pm

at Chiang Mai University - An after dark underground drag race tournament. Open for all types of bicycles. Winners wills be given cash prizes. This is the fist of many drag races so come on and mark the your name in stone that you're the fastest. STARTS 9.30PM at the PTT Gas Station https://www.facebook.com/events/1568671993387573/

* Songkran at X BoysSongkran at X Boys

Time: 10:00 pm

Special shows to celebrate the Thai New Year and Songkran

* Songkran Party at NCRSongkran Party at NCR

Time: 10:45 pm

Special party nights at New Cafe Royal in Boyztown. Showtime 10.45pm

* Songkran Special @ CopaSongkran Special @ Copa

Time: 11:00 pm

Special Songkran shows at the Copa Showbar

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* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Phuket PridePhuket Pride

Pride organised by PLU

* Perhaps Love (China)Perhaps Love (China)

Time: 7:00 pm

a film directed by Peter Chan The 2015 Contemporary World Film Series presented by the FCCT 7 PM, Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand, Penthouse Maneeya Center Bldg - 150 Baht, Members Free

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* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Phuket PridePhuket Pride

Pride organised by PLU

* BSO Classical ConcertBSO Classical Concert

Time: 8:00 pm

No 4 The BSO is conducted by Oliver Rose and features cellist Kittiphun Sodprasert 8 PM, Thailand Cultural Centre Small Hall - 800, 500, 300 Baht More information and tickets are available at ThaiTicketmajor outlets, by calling 02-262-3456 or by visiting http://www.thaiticketmajor.com/concert/concert-detail.php?sid=2880&la=en.

* X Boys PartyX Boys Party

Time: 10:00 pm

On the 21st of each month. A very special party at X Boys! Pattayaland Soi 1

* Special ShowSpecial Show

Time: 10:00 pm

At X-boys in Pattayaland Soi 1. Shows at 10.00, 11.30 and 00.45

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* Wine & CheeseWine & Cheese

On Wednesday 22nd April the Balcony Pub is holding our monthly Wine and Cheese evening with our usual format: A large plate of mixed cheeses with bread, crackers, salads, pickles and more for just 250 Baht plus a 20% discount on all our wines. As usual we are putting out a request for anyone who is visiting Bangkok to help us with some cheese deliveries if you have spare room in your baggage. We will of course refund you the full cost of any cheese purchases.

* Phuket PridePhuket Pride

Pride organised by PLU

* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* BSO Classical ConcertBSO Classical Concert

Time: 8:00 pm

No 5 The BSO is conducted by Kah Chun Wong and features pianist Jayanat Wisaijorn 8 PM, Thailand Cultural Centre Small Hall - 800, 500, 300 (50% Students)

* Bingo NightBingo Night

Time: 9:00 pm

Bingo night at The Bondi, Jomtien

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* Phuket PridePhuket Pride

Pride organised by PLU

* Faculty RecitalFaculty Recital

Time: 7:30 pm

at CRK Recital Hall Payap University Kaew Nawarat Campus, Chiang Mai – starts at 7.30pm free admission – donations appreciated – faculty recital features solo and chamber music performed by the college of Music’s faculty members http://music.payap.ac.th/

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* Piano SoloPiano Solo

Simone Sala, Piano Solo Continuing the Bangkok International Piano Festival 2015 24th-7:30 PM, 25th-4 PM, Siam Ratchada Music Auditorium Fortune Town - 500, 200 Students

* Phuket PridePhuket Pride

Pride organised by PLU

* Ned EvettNed Evett

the Glass Guitarist is performing at Papa Rock, Chiang Mai – for 2 nights only on his south-east Asian Tour – Ned is a great talent and something very different for the Chiang Mai Scenehttp://www.nedevett.com/

* Jesus Christ SuperstarJesus Christ Superstar

Time: 7:30 pm

in Concert- starts at 7.30 on the outdoor lawn of college of Music Payap University Kaew Nawarat Campus, Chiang Mai –free admission – donations appreciated Payap Choir Ayu Namtep Choir Director http://music.payap.ac.th/

* Tiger NightTiger Night

Time: 8:30 pm

Special Party night at Eros Boy Bar, Sunee Plaza

* High Energy CabaretHigh Energy Cabaret

Time: 11:00 pm

At the RAM Bar, Chiang Mai. Starts 11.00 pm

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* DebaserDebaser

Bob Harley Bar, Thaonon Udoksuk (103), two doors down from the soi 56 marker, Bangkok, presents it's first alternative LGBT Night tailored for fans of rock, punk, indie and even metal. Variety is the spice of life and we will focus on playing music that represents that such as songs by the Pixies, Suede, Blur, The Ramones, The Buzzcocks, Joy Division and Bad Religion to name a few. *Special Promo* 50 Baht for Leo and Singha, Bob Harley signature cocktails only 100 Baht. What's your jam? We want to hear from you what great songs to want to hear so please post them on their facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/events/978597575524875/

* Piano SoloPiano Solo

Simone Sala, Piano Solo Continuing the Bangkok International Piano Festival 2015 24th-7:30 PM, 25th-4 PM, Siam Ratchada Music Auditorium Fortune Town - 500, 200 Students

* Phuket PridePhuket Pride

Pride organised by PLU

* Pool PartyPool Party

Backstage and Neramit Hill are putting on a pool party at Kathu every Saturday.

* Ned EvettNed Evett

the Glass Guitarist is performing at Papa Rock, Chiang Mai – for 2 nights only on his south-east Asian Tour – Ned is a great talent and something very different for the Chiang Mai Scenehttp://www.nedevett.com/

* Honor RecitalHonor Recital

Time: 7:30 pm

at CRK Recital Hall Payap University Kaew Nawarat Campus, Chiang Mai –free admission – donations appreciated – starts 7.30pm – listen to some of the best music students of the College of Music, OYU perform the music of famous composers featuring a variety of ensemble and solo works http://music.payap.ac.th/

* Lucky Draw! Lucky Draw!

Time: 10:30 pm

On Saturday’s Panorama Pub, Boyztown has a weekly lucky draw at 10.30 pm and at midnight. 10 prizes for the lucky winners!!!

* High Energy CabaretHigh Energy Cabaret

Time: 11:00 pm

At the RAM Bar, Chiang Mai. Starts 11.00 pm

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* Phuket PridePhuket Pride

Pride organised by PLU

* Flea Fest Number 5 Flea Fest Number 5

Time: 2:00 pm

Rockademy presents Thai indie bands and more 2-8 PM, Rockademy, A Square Sukhumvit Soi 26 - 100 Baht cover charge

* Andrea BocelliAndrea Bocelli

Time: 8:30 pm

A Magical Night with ANDREA BOCELLI The World's Most Beloved Tenor 8:30 PM, Royal Paragon Hall, Siam Paragon - 25,000, 12,000 Baht More information and tickets are available at ThaiTicketmajor outlets, by calling 02-262-3456 or by visiting http://www.thaiticketmajor.com/concert/concert-detail.php?sid=2870&la=en.

* Pig RoastPig Roast

Time: 9:00 pm

At the Bondi, Jomtien Beach. Come along and hear Willy and Mandy sing from 9.00. Happy hour before that.

* Charity QuizCharity Quiz

Time: 9:30 pm

The last Sunday of the month is quiz night for "Take Care" Charities the fun starts at 9.30pm. At the Bondi, Jomtien

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* Piano RecitalPiano Recital

Time: 7:30 pm

A Piano Recital by Martin Karlicek Presented by D&M Music Studio 7:30 PM, Goethe Institute Auditorium - 600, 300 Students

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* Bingo NightBingo Night

Time: 9:00 pm

Bingo night at The Bondi, Jomtien

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* Elizaveta Ivanova at EelswampElizaveta Ivanova at Eelswamp

Time: 6:00 pm

Harpsichord Program - Scarlatti Sonata K.409 in B minor - Sweeklinck, Variations on the theme, 'Mein junges Leben' - Rameau, Suite in A minor - JS Bach, French Overture, BWV 831

* Piano RecitalPiano Recital

Time: 7:30 pm

by Martin Karlicek at AUA Language Centre Auditorium Ratchadamoen Road (Sunday Walking Street, Chiang Mai) presented by D & M Music Studio – starts 7.30pm Program includes Franz Liszt, Bedrich Smetana, Leos Janacek, Bohuslav Martinu, Edward Schutt, Strauss. Tickets 500THB/250THB student – available at the door – more info K. Mongkol 081-682-8000

* Grand OperaGrand Opera

Time: 8:00 pm

Grand Opera Thailand and Neilson Hays Library present J.S.Bach The Coffee Cantata " Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht, BWV 211" Performed by Ayano Schramm-Kimura, Potpreecha Cholvijarn, Stefan Sanchez, Kittiphong Klabprathum, and Chinnavej Swangviboonpong as Pianist. at Neilson Hayes Library April 30th 2015, at 20:00 195 Surawong Road, Bangkok. Ticket 700 Baht (Students/Members of Neilson Hays Library 500 Baht). For inquiry and reservation please contact neilsonhayslibrary@gmail.com or call 02-233-1731 ext.1 or 2

     
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